Venerannda Leon Guerrero held her slumbering infant in her arms in a
Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research
and Service (CEDDERS) testing center at the University of Guam as she
watched an audiologist in Colorado conduct a diagnostic test to
determine whether or not her baby has a hearing loss.
The remote test was held in October and marked the first
technology-enabled distance diagnostic testing for hearing loss on very
young infants in Guam.
This event was made possible through the Tele-audiology Project.